People who have an interest in the political and social problems of today’s world and want to discuss them can join a subreddit called r/antiwork. As the description says, this is a place where you can get advice on every issue related to quitting jobs, and join a discussion of how the country is going down the toilet. This community has gained 2M members and received a dozen of posts every day.
Redditor u/awms11 posted a thread about the U.S collapse, which sparked an intense conversation among netizens. The post that amassed 50.5K upvotes started with OP telling how he and his friends were still struggling with their lives even though they were in their ’30s. Expensive housing and cost of living didn’t seem to match with their pay.
At the end of the post, OP mentioned the sense of U.S. ‘collapse’ in near future by saying that “something really big is about to go down”, and that “no one is actually fine”. Read the full post here.
It came to OP’s surprise that his story told what was happening with many other people around the world, not only in the USA. In other countries, this gloomy situation has been existing for generations. But, it was more depressing to know how much worse it might need to get before anything really changes.